Posts Tagged With: Ricigliano

The Ricigliano, Italy Project Update

I have had so many comments posted, especially in the last week, about the Ricigliano Italians that some decisions have been made. As you may know if you have followed the blog for a while, I started a Genealogy Department at Casa Italia, the Italian Cultural Center in Stone Park, IL, in January. Since that […]

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Track Your Family’s Addresses

Are you tracking your family’s addresses as you find them? It is important to record every address you find, especially if your family lived in the city. Why is it important? It is important when it comes to attempting to confirm or say it is possible an individual is part of a family when you […]

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Family of Christopher De Leonardis

Disclaimer: I was given permission by one of my client’s to discuss his project and surnames in an attempt to bring more family members into the project and learn new information. The DeLeonardis / De Leonardis family is a main component of some research I am doing for a client. Are you connected to this […]

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